Kim Kardashian has broken the internet once again.

And this time it seems like all of Hollywood is trying to get their two cents in.

If you somehow haven't heard about the ongoing tension between Taylor Swift and Kanye West, long story short, it's been the most intense game of 'he said/she said' that Hollywood has ever seen.

"Famous," Kanye's debut single from his latest album The Life of Pablo, features a line in the first verse that explicitly mentions Taylor Swift, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that b*tch famous."

Shortly after the release of the single, one of Swift's representatives made a statement in which they stated that Taylor did not approve of the actual lyric: "I made that b*tch famous," and that Kanye did not call Swift to have the lyric approved, but rather just asked her to release the single on her Twitter account.

The representative also claims that Swift cautioned Kanye about releasing such a misogynistic track, as well as declining to promote the single on her Twitter.

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From here, Kanye, in true Kanye fashion, took to Twitter to express his thoughts on this recent development.

Kanye claimed that he had the lyric approved by Swift herself via a phone call in which he did not play her the song, but read the lyric to her.

At this point, the ball is back in Swift's court.

Only one day after Kanye's album was released, Swift accepted the Album of the Year Grammy for her album 1989. This was a major moment for Swift, who had just become the first woman to ever win two Album of the Year Grammy awards.

During her acceptance speech, Swift calls for young women in the entertainment industry to move on from those who will 'undercut' or try to 'take credit' for their fame and success. Naturally, many interpreted this as a dig at Kanye's infamous line, in which he credits himself for Swift's fame.

With the ball now back in the West court, Kim Kardashian chose to weigh in on the controversy going on between her husband and Swift during a lengthy interview for GQ magazine.

Kim's side of the story? Swift approved the lyric. And there's video evidence to prove that she did.

Kim explained that Kanye likes to have all of his activities while putting together an album filmed, for posterity. Thus, the call in which Kanye has the lyric approved by Swift was very clearly filmed... for posterity.

It seems clear from both parties that some kind of phone call took place between Kanye and Swift, but the actual content of the call is what remained a mystery.  

More fuel was added to the fire when Kanye released the video for "Famous," in which an eerily realistic wax figure depicts not only Swift's naked body, but also the nude forms of several other notable names, including Kim Kardashian at her husband's side, Donald Trump, Rihanna, and Amber Rose.

Of course, many took issue with Kanye's NSFW video, including Lena Dunham, who took to Facebook to speak out against the video. But no official word from Swift herself.

Then, the feud reached its peak on Snapchat last night.

Following the latest episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, in which Kim discusses how to go about the Taylor/Kanye feud with her family, Kim went on to release several clips of the infamous Kanye/Swift phonecall.

The several clips show Kanye on the phone with Swift, reading her the lyric "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex." She approves of the lyric, and even thinks of it as a compliment.

The two are cordial over the phone, and everything seems to end pleasantly. However, it does not appear that the lyric "I made that b*tch famous" is ever addressed in the call.

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Naturally, the internet freaks out.

Taylor posts the same message on both Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Swift stands by her upset with Kanye's referring to her as 'that b*tch', pointing out that that particularly lyric is not discussed in the video.

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Selena Gomez comes to her BFF's aid, defending Swift by urging everyone to use social media as a platform for more important issues, which, of course, leads a bunch of people to lash out at Gomez.

But, some celebrities decided to go the shady route and show silent displays of support for Kim - such as Demi Lovato, who liked a tweet praising Kardashian.

The question still remains as to whether the "I made that b*tch famous" lyric, which Swift takes the most issue with, was ever discussed.

At the end of the day, Swift asked to be left out of this feud once and for all, but who knows if that wish will be respected. With the way celebrity feuds go these days, who knows if this'll actually be the end of this already incredibly drawn out feud.

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